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Super rare live EP recorded in 1982 & 1985! 1st press on red vinyl, #286/1000.
Along with Black Flag and the Circle Jerks, Fear helped define the sound and style of L.A. hardcore. Although they actually formed during the first wave of punk back in 1977, Fear didn't release an album until five years later, by which time they'd honed a blistering, thrashy attack that, for all its fury, was surprisingly tight and sometimes even intricate. Which is to say that, musically, the band wasn't as crude as frontman Lee Ving's outrageous, humorously offensive lyrics, which were geared to piss off anyone within earshot, particularly women and homosexuals; his vulgarity was equaled only by his sincere love of beer. Fear's original incarnation fell apart after just two albums, but Ving began touring with new lineups again in the '90s.
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Original Release Year: Unknown
Catalog #: None
Format: 7" Vinyl
Vinyl Color: Red
Condition: Used - Cover in great shape, a few bends. Vinyl looks great. A few light scuffs and scratches and some spindle marks. Image shown above is the actual item you will receive.